Young people and participation workers from across Wales are meeting in Cardiff next week to work on revising the documentation for the Kite Mark and the new Charter for the Children and Young People’s National Participation Standards for Wales.
Young Wales is delighted to announce that a Young People’s Question Time event will take place on Tuesday 24th October 2017. This event, which will take place in Cardiff Bay, will be an opportunity for young people to put questions to a panel on the issues that matter to them. This will be an early evening event 5.30pm – 8pm.
Thursday 13 July
10:00-10:40 English language live stream 11:00-11:40 Welsh language live stream
with Sally Holland, Children's Commissioner for Wales and Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales discussing their work with young people.
Find out here how your young people (aged 18 - 29 by 06 October) can apply for an amazing opportunity to represent Wales and the National Assembly for Wales at the next Commonwealth Youth Parliament.
EuroPeers UK is holding events for young people aged 18-25 who would like to become active members of EuroPeer.